No. The landlord and particpant complete a Request for Tenancy Approval (RTA) form, which provides basic unit information such as unit address and type, rent and security deposit amounts, number of bedrooms, utility responsibility and proposed effective lease date.
After the unit passes inspection, the landlord and particpant execute a typical lease. Landlords also sign a contract for assistance payments from the Housing Authority. The Housing Authority only requires two other items. One is IRS form W-9 and the other is a form allowing the Authority to remit its payment via direct deposit to the Landlords bank account around the fifth of each month.